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Each Vial Contains

Each sachet contains:
Iron bisglycinate USP……………..200mg
Vitamin B12 USP………….……100mcg
Folic acid USP…………………..400mcg



Folsac is an easy-to-consume formula comprising the benefits of folic acid, vitamin B12, and Iron bisglycinate to optimize iron needs, treat depression, and improve the level of Hb in your body.

Iron bisglycinate

  • It is known as an iron amino acid chelate.
  • It is known to have lesser gastrointestinal side effects as compared to other supplements.
  • It improves iron absorption in the body and increases the level of hemoglobin.

Vitamin B12

  • It plays a key role in improving body functions and developing brain cells.
  • It binds the proteins in the food that we eat.
  • It also prevents muscle weakness and vision loss.

Folic acid

  • It is the main form of folate and helps in developing new cells.
  • It is an important nutrient during pregnancy to avoid birth defects.
  • It is prescribed to treat low folate levels in the body, anemia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Primary uses


  • The use of folsac sachets in your daily life helps in improving your physical and mental health and social wellbeing.
  • With its valuable components, it aids to compensate for your body’s daily iron and folic acid
  • It avoids anemia and birth defects like spina bifida in pregnant women and increases their Hb level.
  • It reduces depression and improves mood.


Store these sachets at room temperature and away from children. The combination of its components may result in nausea, lack of sleep, and irritability in some users.


This medicine is contraindicated to use in patients with folic acid hypersensitivity.


Is ferrous sulphate better than Bisglycinate?

When it comes to tolerability both ferrous sulphate and bisglycinate had equal efficiency but the side effects of ferrous sulphate are greater than bisglycinate.

What is the use of iron bisglycinate?

It is effective to counter iron deficiency and anemia during pregnancy.

What are the consequences of vitamin B12 deficiency?

Vitamin B12 deficiency may lead to loss of appetite, constipation, gas, or diarrhea. Some other consequences of vitamin B12 deficiency are walking problems, vision loss, memory loss, and depression.

Can you take folic acid every day?

Yes, you can take folic acid every day as it helps to improve the growth of red blood cells and prevents anemia and low folate levels in your body.